James W. Tamm is a former judge and an expert on dispute resolution and building collaborative relationships. He is currently managing director of the international consulting firm Business Consultants Network, Inc.
Ronald J. Luyet is a licensed psychotherapist who has advised Fortune 500 companies for more than thirty years. Ron is a vice president of consulting and training services for Business Consultants Network, Inc.
This book came highly recommended and I too feel it is a great skill builder for every Manager.
What I appreciate the most is the focus on self-awareness and self-determination as key factors in creating successful relationships.
The concepts were easy for me to understand and useful in all aspects of my life (at work and in personal relationships.)
Book is good; shipping service to receive the book was very, very lousy.Published 2 months ago by Kim Schmitt
He does a really nice job laying out the premise and giving clear examples. It's an easy read and worth your time and moneyPublished 2 months ago by Human Being
Good to read for everybody who working in teams, negotiating, dealing with conflicts.Published 5 months ago by Miroslav Altman
I like the book...IT has a lot of HE theory.
IT was help fall for my class.
Thanks for the author
This book is very helpful for looking at your own self-defense mechanisms, dealing with them in a productive manner and frequent reminders to be gentle with yourself!
What a remarkable, insightful and useful book. I will certainly be using the tools provided for the rest of my life.Published 20 months ago by Maryke
This book provides a good outline e however needs to be updated to reflect current market and the diversity of 2013Published 21 months ago by BuffyG
working actively with the concept and using it in executive training it is a fantastic tool for successful relations. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Maria Norrlander
Authors were ahead of their time. Nine years later, this is still the cutting edge of business and the secret to increased profits.Published on July 20, 2012 by revlid